‘America Lost’ Premiering Tonight on PBS WorldView at americalostfilm.com
We commend to you Director of Discovery Institute’s Center on Wealth and Poverty Christopher Rufo’s film tonight on PBS World. The film will air at 6 PM and again at 10 PM (pacific time). If you are unable to catch the film tonight or can’t find it in your area, the film is also available for free online.
America Lost explores life in three “forgotten American cities”—Youngstown, Ohio, Memphis, Tennessee, and Stockton, California.
The film reveals the dramatic decline of the American interior through a combination of emotional personal stories and thoughtful conservative commentary. Rufo spent five years gathering these intimate portraits of Americans on the edge, including an ex-steelworker scrapping abandoned homes to survive, a recently incarcerated father trying to rebuild his life, and a single mother dreaming of escaping her blighted urban neighborhood.
Ultimately, despite these grave challenges, the film offers a glimpse of hope for rebuilding America’s families and communities from the bottom up.